The EPA has approved fully online RRP Refresher Courses! You can now take the class completely online. This makes the class much more convenient!
RRP Online Only Refresher Approved by EPA
As of February 17, 2016 the EPA completed changes to the Lead-based Paint Program. The Lead Renovation, Repair & Painting (RRP) Refresher Course, will no longer require a hands on component and can be completed 100% online. Renovators who take the online training will be certified for three years, while renovators who take the class live, with hands-on training will be certified for five years.
Keeps your RRP Lead Safe Renovator Certificate from expiring.
- For Certified Renovators, you must re-certify before 5 years pass. If allowed to expire you will have to take an 8-hour course to regain your certification.
- Take the class in the comfort of your own home.
- May start and stop as you wish.
Saves you time and money
- Train without losing production time. Cost is just $99, less than the classroom version.
Get started now through our "ProTech" program:
Lead Paint RRP Refresher Courses -Live, with hands-on component
Certificate good for 5 years.
Register by phone: 810-329-4013
or click on the yellow links beside each class to register online
St. Clair, MI Classes:
We have no live Refresher classes scheduled at this time.
Sign up for the Online Refresher RRP Course above.
213 S 6th St.
St. Clair, 48079
After you add a class to the cart, scroll up to the checkout at the top of the page.
Book with confidence!
If you find a better price for this class in the same city, give us a call,
and we will refund the difference to you.
We ARE certified by the EPA to teach this course!
The "Refresher" course is for those who have taken the "Initial" RRP course, and want to renew their certification for 5 more years.
How to find out when your RRP certification expires:
1. Check your certificate. The expiration date should be on it. The date you completed the class will be on it.
THE EXPIRATION DATE IS 5 YEARS FROM THE DATE YOU TOOK THE COURSE, UNLESS YOU TOOK THE ONLINE REFRESHER. THEN IT IS THREE YEARS FROM THE DATE YOU COMPLETED THE COURSE.
ALL EXTENSIONS HAVE EXPIRED!
Renovators seeking re-certification who complete a 4-hour refresher training before the expiration of their current certification are certified for a period of five years from the date they complete the refresher course, not from the date of expiration of their previous certification. Renovators will have to take the 8-hour course if they fail to take the refresher training before the expiration of their current certificate.
2: If you can't find your certificate, call the EPA's National Lead Information Hotline 1-800-424-LEAD
and after pressing 1 for English, in the second menu, press Option 3. This will get you a real person who can help you.
This takes a bit of time, but they will help you find your expiration date., and tell you how to get a copy of your certificate. If you have to pay a fee to get your certificate form your previous trainer, we will re-imburse you up to $10 (Bring your certificate and the receipt to class)